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Chad-Thomas-Gorman-300x169Chad Thomas Gorman of Lake Park, Florida was arrested at a Wal-Mart in Jupiter last week after he was allegedly caught taking upskirt photos of a woman. Police reportedly found 400 pictures of women on his phone, including eight upskirt photos and one video.

He faces charges for video voyeurism and was released from Palm Beach County jail on Saturday on a $24,000 bond.

Gorman, 34, was arrested a second time on Tuesday on new charges after investigators reportedly found homemade child pornography videos on his phone.

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Juan-Calero-300x169Juan Calero of Hialeah is being charged for his involvement in the 2015 crash that killed high school graduate Liza Angulo of Miramar and third-year medical student Jonathan Raymond Astaphan.

Calero, 45, was reportedly operating a flatbed truck carrying unsecured concrete barriers when he made a wrong turn on I-75, causing a chain reaction of crashes that led to the death of Angulo, 17, and Astaphan, 29.

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Boats-Collide-on-Intracoastal-Waterway-300x169Four people were injured last Saturday after their boat was rammed from behind by another vessel on the Intracoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The four have been identified as Andre Neves of Pompano Beach, Juliana Da Costa Maria of Boca Raton, and William and Evelyn Rountree of Boca Raton.

Neves, 37, and Maria, 29, were critically injured, and the Rountrees sustained non life-threatening injuries. They were all taken to Broward Health Medical Center for treatment.

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Josue-Ramirez-Perez-191x300Josue Ramirez Perez of West Palm Beach, Florida was arrested last Friday for allegedly downloading child porn on his desktop computer. Perez, 35, is reportedly employed by Southwest Airlines. He is being charged with 22 counts of possession of child pornography.

Perez was released on Saturday from Palm Beach County Jail on a $60,000 bond. A judge ordered him not to have contact with minors and not to use any digital devices while he awaits trial. News sources did not list an attorney for Perez.

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11-11-16 CampbellJovany Perez of Miami, Florida was arrested last week for allegedly taking a bribe from a woman he accused of using a fake marriage to become a permanent U.S. resident.

Perez, 34, is an officer with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). He is being charged with receiving a bribe while a public official. He was released on May 18 on a $200,000 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned in federal court on June 1. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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